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After living in Dublin for just a month, I don’t claim to have the full measure of either the city or country.
But I am starting to form some solid opinions about things.
This means that not only are they still in use here, but some sick bastard is hard at work designing new ones to meet the latest design fads. I spoke with a sausage vendor at one of the local farmer’s markets and he told me proudly that they make their sausage with only the finest pork, and oats. And once you’ve tackled that problem, perhaps you could attempt to hang the maps right side up.
When you ask the Irish about it, they agree it’s backwards assed, and not very good. (Again, see #1 below) Number Three: Bad Sausage I may live in Dublin, but at heart I’m from the American South. So when it became clear to me that we were moving to Dublin, I thought, “They have Irish Breakfast there, don’t they? Me thinks, I’ll like this move, or least be able to cope.” Then, in May, when we came to find a place to live, I had some Irish sausage. And it was (and remains to this day) relentlessly bland and unseasoned. Again, this is just accepted, tolerated, and assumed by the locals.
Is it too much to ask for a little cumin, or even some garlic? Number One: Institutionalized Disorganization & Shameless Lack of Accountability –The Irish Goat Rodeo The thing that grates most about living in The Republic of Ireland (particularly in Dublin because it has so many more ways to express itself in the city) is the laid back Irish way of just accepting poorly designed, executed, and delivered goods and services at all levels of life.
This can only mean that someone made the decision to use the merged waterline taps for one application, and then consciously made the decision to install dual taps in another place to lie in wait for some poor unobservant soul to come along, blithely turn on one of the taps, and alternately freeze or scald themselves. The worst part of this is that you’ll also find some modern houses with high style, top of the line dual taps. ” The response was “Yeah, sometimes we use a little spice, but mainly it’s just pork and oats.” It might be a bit bland, but it’s our way. (See #1 below) Number Two: Atrocious Bus Service Another thing I looked forward to when moving to Dublin was access to good public transportation. Yet map issues are just the tip of the iceberg for the bus system. While smart card readers on busses are nice, is it too much to ask that the route schedules and maps posted at bus stops actually correspond to the bus lines that stop at that shelter?
You kind of expect this attitude from governments the world over.